Table Group Launches “The Five Dysfunctions…”

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<p><b>Lafayette, Calif. &mdash; March 1</b><br/>The Table Group, an executive consulting firm headed by Patrick Lencioni, announces the release of &quot;The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Facilitator&rsquo;s Guide.&quot; </p><p>The guide includes a series of powerful exercises that enable teams to identify areas for improvement and take the first steps toward becoming a highly functioning team.</p> <p>Beginning with an introduction to the model and instructions for administering and debriefing a 38-item team assessment, the material guides trainers, facilitators and team leaders through the &quot;five dysfunctions&quot;:</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp; 1. Absence of Trust<br/>&nbsp;&nbsp; 2. Fear of Conflict<br/>&nbsp;&nbsp; 3. Lack of Commitment<br/>&nbsp;&nbsp; 4. Avoidance of Accountability<br/>&nbsp;&nbsp; 5. Inattention to Results</p> <p>&quot;The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Facilitator&rsquo;s Guide&quot; is an ideal tool for off-sites and retreats or for a series of team development meetings.</p><p>This proven process will encourage teams of all types to begin the process of increasing cohesiveness and productivity.</p> <p>The guide package includes:</p><ul><li>Detailed instructions for preparing, delivering and following up after a workshop.<br/></li><li>Presentation slides.<br/></li><li>A poster illustrating the &quot;five dysfunctions&quot; model.<br/></li><li>A participant workbook. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </li><li>A team assessment.<br/></li></ul></p>

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